(Photo by Bill Allen/NJ SportAction)

DOWN AND OUT: Princeton University men's hockey freshman forward Cam McIntyre, left, sprawls to the ice as he goes after the puck in Princeton's 3-0 win over Dartmouth in regular season play. Last weekend, the Tigers found the going a bit tougher against the Big Green as they fell 2-0 at Dartmouth in a best-of-three ECAC Hockey League quarterfinal series. The Tigers ended the winter at 15-16-3, winning the most games in a season since Princeton went 20-12-2 in 1998-99.

PU Men's Hockey Falls in ECACHL Quarters but Seniors' Legacy of Excellence Will Endure

By Bill Alden

In its two regular season games with Dartmouth this winter, the Princeton University men's ice hockey team outscored the Big Green 6-3 as it posted a win and a tie in the matchup.

Last Friday in the opening game of a best-of-three ECAC Hockey league quarterfinal series between the two longtime rivals at Thompson Arena in Hanover, N.H., third-seeded Dartmouth surpassed that three-goal output 7:29 into the second period as it jumped to a 4-0 lead over the sixth-seeded Tigers. The Big Green tacked on two more goals as they skated to a 6-2 win over Princeton in the opener.

A night later, things were much tighter as a second-period goal by Tiger sophomore star Lee Jubinville left the game knotted at 1-1 heading into the final 20 minutes of regulation. But the Big Green came through again, scoring two unanswered goals within 90 seconds. Princeton countered with a Mark Magnowksi goal but was unable to break through again as it fell 3-2 to see its season come to an end.

Owings Traveled Bumpy Road for Tiger Hoops; Loss to Penn Can't Diminish the Experience

By Bill Alden

Luke Owings enjoyed a memorable debut season as he started his Princeton University men's basketball career in the 2003-04 campaign.

The 6'6 native of Hyattsville, Md. led Tiger freshman in scoring that winter with 3.4 points a game, emerging as a key reserve on a Princeton team that went 20-8 and won the Ivy League title.

PHS Boys' Ice Hockey Rises to Occasion but Falls in OT to No. 2 Ridge in States

By Bill Alden

As the 18th-seeded Princeton High boys' ice hockey team got ready to face No. 2 Ridge last Wednesday in the state Public tournament Round of 16 at the Bridgewater Sports Arena, the PHS players were a loose bunch.

"They were joking with each other in the locker room and in the warm-ups right until the start of the game," said PHS head coach Paul Merrow. "It was good to see that they weren't tight."

PHS Girls' Hockey Had Winter to Remember; Setting Record for Wins, Taking PDS Event

By Bill Alden

It was a totally new situation for the Princeton High girls' ice hockey team.

Playing Rye Country Day in the opening round of the Princeton Day School Invitational, the Little Tigers found themselves in a penalty shootout for the first time ever after the teams deadlocked at 1-1 after regulation and overtime. The Little Tigers rose to the occasion as freshman goalie Chelsea Corell kept Rye out of the net while senior star Dee Dee Mahon notched the game winner.

Stuart Basketball Gained Valuable Experience Sees Bright Future with Core of Young Stars

By Bill Alden

Coming into the season, Stuart Country Day basketball head coach Tony Bowman knew his team's chances for success would depend in large part on the development of his freshman players.

With precocious freshman Diamond Lewis starting at point guard and classmates Alex Passano and Sarah Schulte getting plenty of minutes, the Stuart youth movement was a success.